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"Interesting projects and interesting colleagues"

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Former Employee - Senior Usability Specialist in Mumbai (India)
Former Employee - Senior Usability Specialist in Mumbai (India)
Recommends
Neutral Outlook
Approves of CEO

I worked at Human Factors full-time (More than 5 years)

Pros

Interesting projects, get to travel abroad and within India quite frequently, used to have good mentors, still a few good people left, salary is not too bad, working from home flexibility offered, flexible working hours, lots of leaves offered and not too much problem in taking bulk leaves

Cons

Some of the upper management is not that great. While I was there, there was no proper HR, but now they seem to have one in place.

Advice to Management

Fight for the underdog. A lot of times good, quiet workers are overlooked. It seems like everyone needs to be loud to be recognised. Work should speak for itself too.

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  1. Helpful (7)

    "A small office that thrives on old clients..."

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    Current Employee - Humanfactor Specialist in Bengaluru (India)
    Current Employee - Humanfactor Specialist in Bengaluru (India)
    Doesn't Recommend

    Pros

    Flexible timings - that's because the management does not care what the employees are doing unless they are working on a project.

    Cons

    Bad attitude of management consisting of a monopolized inner circle(people in the organization who have been there for 8-10 years) that takes decision. zero transparency.
    Lots of talk and meetings but when time comes to execute, management are masters of procrastination and corporate excuses
    Serious lack of skills and willingness to invest in infrastructure. Company still uses power point 2003 and CS2!
    Overpaid senior management (the inner circle) who care only about themselves. junior members are under paid
    A real bad attitude of arrogance and false superiority by most old employees like they are masters of usability. But in reality they kiss ass of old clients and keep them happy like slaves.
    Lack of vision by management

    Advice to Management

    Pull up your socks!


  2. Helpful (1)

    "Great place to work!"

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    Former Employee - CEL (Center of Excellence Lead)/Project Manager in Mumbai (India)
    Former Employee - CEL (Center of Excellence Lead)/Project Manager in Mumbai (India)
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    1) Lot of opportunities for growth
    2) Good people
    3) Great work culture!

    Cons

    1) Talent needs to be identified soon enough.
    2) Many levels for promotion. A and B categories for each designation which leads to more levels.
    3) Need to allow people to work full-time from outside India if they show that they are capable.

    Advice to Management

    1) Flatten the hierarchy
    2) Make "Innovation" as one of the mission statements
    3) Just an idea - One of Tom Kelley's books - Ten Faces of Innovation talks ten personalities that exist within an organization. With that in mind identify which people belong to which categories and accordingly give them more room to grow.

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